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Choosing The Right Plants For Your Plots
by David Morris

It would be hard to imagine a better food plot than a really good stand of Tecomate Lablab, but does that mean Lablab is always the best food plot choice? No, it does not! Different plants do different things. You have to “prescribe” the right thing for the job. Let’s see what goes into that.

First, when buying seed, consider value, not just price. Don’t be fooled by bag size. Bigger is not necessarily better. Some of the best wildlife plantings, like clovers and chicory, come in small bags…

Is Supplemental Feeding Necessary for Fawn Production? - Part II
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

Does Supplemental Feeding Improve Fawn Production Or Survival?
Supplemental feeding is mandatory if you wish to maximize the number of deer on your ranch. …

Newell Wildlife Services — “Creating Healthy Huntable Habitat”
by Mark Newell

Big bucks and long beards have always been a passion of Mark Newell, owner and operator of Newell Wildlife Services. Fueled by this passion, Mark…

Buck Mortality - Death in the Brush Country
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

As soon as I dialed in the radio frequency to buck #0083 and picked-up the antenna, I knew the 6.5-year-old buck was dead.  Instead…

2012 Trophy 8`s of Zapata County South Texas
by David Shashy

Tyler Carson, Shaun Harris, and Stan Rogers arrived in Zapata County South Texas mid-December of 2012 at Dr. Gary Schwarz `s Tecomate La Perla Ranch…

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TRAIL CAMERAS: A 15-Year Journey Reveals the Leading Trail Camera

Only a year like this could force me to think so intensively about my addiction to trail cameras over the years.  My earliest experiences with trail cameras date back to the 90s while working on a whitetail research project in Mississippi.  My employers, a graduate student and a wildlife professor, were determined to fine-tune a new technique of employing trail cameras to census deer herds.  My “job” was to refresh the bait piles, batteries and rolls of film.  I’ve been…

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